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RE: A successful trip in an old Class A

I have the same feeling every time I put our 1989 HR back to bed at the storage yard.
Son of Norway 04/24/16 09:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Kwikee Steps - only work when battery charger is applied

Look for a ground to the chassis frame from the control box and motor. It might need to be cleaned up or even re-done. Miles
Son of Norway 04/24/16 05:01pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Kwikee Steps - only work when battery charger is applied

Check the ground for the steps.
Son of Norway 04/24/16 04:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 1986 Holiday Rambler side door handle.

Can you post a picture? Miles
Son of Norway 04/22/16 09:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone have the Double Coin RLB1's Tires? (Reviews needed)

I have Double Coin highway tires on my HR and have been very satisfied with them. Before I bought them I got a chance to talk with the owner of a chain of tire stores (Pete's Tire Barn) who had toured the factory in China. He was enthusiastic about Double Coin. Miles
Son of Norway 03/29/16 03:57pm General RVing Issues
RE: Rocky Mtn Nat'l Park & Winter Park-Trail Ridge Rd &Camp Sug.

1. Moraine Park. Just have a generator to recharge your batteries and use the dump station. You won't miss having hookups. Then Snow Mountain Ranch as was suggested. 2. If you are a calm and confident driver, just take it slow and you'll be fine. Are your brakes reliable with fresh fluid? Don't ride them. Enjoy Colorado. Miles
Son of Norway 03/26/16 10:36pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Slabs, Salvation Mountain, East Jesus

Well said.
Son of Norway 02/07/16 05:25pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Temp Tire Bridge over Drainage Ditch ??

How about a picture of the ditch we are talking about?
Son of Norway 12/30/15 05:42pm Tech Issues
RE: Lutefisk

I have never tried it, and probably won't in the foreseeable future. I have been eating a lot of Kringle recently, however. Miles
Son of Norway 12/28/15 05:53pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Home made roofvent

Use a PWM to control fan speed.
Son of Norway 12/23/15 06:07am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: portable refrigerator

You might want to try a 12-volt cooler. We have one made by Coleman that we use when boondocking.
Son of Norway 12/20/15 07:47pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Thanksgiving goes to the dogs

I do not see how this post will ever be beat.
Son of Norway 12/16/15 12:59pm Truck Campers
RE: Suburban F-35 furnace squeal....

Probably need to just replace the motor. The furnace is usually held down with screws at the corners. Disconnect the propane, electrical and vent then slide it out. Easy job on the workbench. Check the operation of the motor and blower on the bench to be sure about the source of the squeal. Good luck with the repair.
Son of Norway 12/12/15 06:05pm Tech Issues
RE: Have you bought a ten year old or older rv?

We love our '89 HR. Even with repairs and maintenance, we have enjoyed years of camping trips with it for a small fraction of the cost that others pay for newer coaches. Miles
Son of Norway 12/11/15 11:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Manual water tank heater hose: see update in first post

I have also been struggling with the problem of how to keep a water system operational during winter camping. Thanks for the ideas. Miles
Son of Norway 11/29/15 08:39pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: brake bleeder tool

Yes, I believe it will do the same job as long as you push sufficient fluid through the system. I like to push enough fluid through to replace the fluid, instead of just bleeding the brakes.
Son of Norway 11/25/15 11:15pm Tech Issues
RE: brake bleeder tool

To bleed a master cylinder, rig two connections at the outlets of the master cylinder to two tubes that go back up and over down into the reservoirs. Make sure they are full. Have an assistant slowly push down the brake pedal several times until there are no air bubbles. Having said that, I have only bled master cylinders when I was replacing them. The normal routine of bleeding the brake lines is probably sufficient, unless you have some reason to believe that there is a problem with the master cylinder.
Son of Norway 11/25/15 10:41pm Tech Issues
RE: Hello all! First time buyer, 1985 Pace Arrow 31'

Welcome to the forums! There are advantages and disadvantages to owning a "classic" RV. I hope that you are mechanically inclined. Come back to the forum with specific questions as issues arise. Start a list of the brand, model and serial number of everything on and in your coach. You can find a lot of manuals that will make things a lot easier. Miles
Son of Norway 11/14/15 11:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How to keep jerry cans from freezing when boondocking?

I use the jugs too. You just have to keep them inside, there is no other way Miles
Son of Norway 11/14/15 10:54pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: New and need help with tanks! asappp

You could retain the two tank arrangement, replacing the tanks If needed. Then connect the tanks with plumbing, in effect making them one tank. I think this would be easier and still accomplish your purpose. Miles
Son of Norway 10/31/15 01:33am Beginning RVing
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